It is Resolved by Inter-Neighborhood Cooperation Zoning and Planning:
We request City Council to amend the Zoning Code such that OS-A land is
subject to community-inclusive zoning control processes similar to other zoning
classifications and under the authority of City Council and commit to take no action in
Council to bring forth a bill in this matter until a meaningful community engagement
process has been completed.
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Whereas, on September 21, 2017, a complicated proposed contract between Denver and Clayton was publicly released (likewise on the INC website) that, among other things, would divide the 155 acres of Park Hill Golf Course into 2 parcels – 50% of the property that would be sold in fee title directly to Denver for $10 million (Art. 2) and the remaining 50% that would be “leased” to Denver (Art. 3.1) but also subject to potential sale to third parties depending on the outcome of a “Visioning / Master Plan” process (Art. 7); and
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Whereas, Loretto Heights Campus is approximately 78 acres in size and is generally located between Federal Boulevard on the east, Irving Street on the west, Amherst Ave on the north, and Dartmouth Avenue on the south, and has been operated as a school and community cultural asset for over 125 years
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Two years ago, Intern-Neighborhood Cooperation, an umbrella group for Denver neighborhood associations, passed a resolution calling for the city to lower the event limit and also to impose a limit on low-frequency bass sounds, as the city has for Red Rocks Amphitheatre.
“That’s the one that travels so far and you can hear it,” even if it’s not loud, said Cindy Johnstone, who co-chairs INC’s Parks and Recreation Committee. “It’s a very important piece that’s being ignored.”
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Today I sent a letter to Mayor Hancock giving notice that the Denver Zoo is in breach of its agreement with the City & County of Denver. Since November, my office has been trying unsuccessfully to audit the Zoo. The “Cooperative Agreement” negotiated between the City and the Denver Zoological Foundation (Zoo) gives the City Auditor authority to perform audits of the Zoo. We have been unable to gain even the initial information we need to determine the scope of the audit.
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The proposed INC Position Statement which was adopted by the ZAP Committee on December 12, 2015 for referral and adoption by INC delegates at the INC delegate meeting scheduled for January 9th. READ MORE
Located in the Former Lowry Air force Base 7711 E Academy Blvd #1, Denver, CO 80230
Coffee and Chat 8:30-9:00
Business Meeting 9:00-10:00
Business Meeting will address:
Position Statement on Homeless Housing
Bylaw changes which will allow for membership in INC to rotate throughout the year,
Delegation will be asked to authorize a Board recommendation to invest INC funds in the stock and bond markets.
10:15 DPS Speaker
10:30 Main Speaker – City Auditor Tim O’Brien READ MORE